Guest Post By Sheryl from A Chronic Voice As someone who lives with chronic illnesses, traveling can be a hassle because we need more material possessions to function. This includes medications and aids such as wheelchairs, pillows, or blood test machines. Many items that the average person considers a luxury to bring along are essential
Understanding Fact from Fiction: Chronic Pain Myths You know what it’s like to feel pain. Say you touch a hot stove, it is unpleasant and will hurt your hand a lot. It can sting, burn and ache all at the same time. It can vary in intensity from extremely painful to slightly painful. Pain is a complex
This is my personal journey with Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction and chronic pain. “That is it!” I yelled across the room, “I am done. No more.” I was snarling and ready to bite off your head if you argued with me one bit. “I have had enough,” I screamed. I was in full blown breakdown mode.